countless

  • 1 Countless — Count less ( l?s), a. Incapable of being counted; not ascertainable; innumerable. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 2 countless — index copious, infinite, innumerable, myriad, profuse Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 3 countless — numberless, uncountable, 1580s, from COUNT (Cf. count) (v.) + LESS (Cf. less) …

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  • 4 countless — [adj] innumerable bags of*, endless, gobs*, heap*, immeasurable, incalculable, infinite, innumerous, jillion*, legion, limitless, loads*, lots of, many, measureless, mess*, mint*, mucho*, multitudinous, myriad, numberless, oodles*, passel of*,… …

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  • 5 countless — ► ADJECTIVE ▪ too many to be counted; very many …

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  • 6 countless — [kount′lis] adj. too many to count; innumerable; myriad …

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  • 7 countless — [[t]ka͟ʊntləs[/t]] ADJ: ADJ n Countless means very many. She brought joy to countless people through her music... There are countless small ski areas dotted about the province. Syn: innumerable …

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  • 8 countless — count|less [ kauntləs ] adjective * very many, especially more than you think is reasonable: his countless television appearances The occupying forces committed countless atrocities …

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  • 9 countless — adjective too many to be counted: It has saved my life, and the lives of countless others. | I spent countless hours on trains and buses …

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  • 10 countless */ — UK [ˈkaʊntləs] / US adjective very many, especially more than you think is reasonable his countless television appearances The occupying forces committed countless atrocities …

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  • 11 countless — countlessly, adv. /kownt lis/, adj. too numerous to count; innumerable: the countless stars. [1580 90; COUNT1 + LESS] Syn. numberless, endless, myriad, unlimited. * * * …

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  • 12 countless — adjective Too many to count; innumerable or incalculable There is a countless number of stars …

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  • 13 countless — adj. Countless is used with these nouns: ↑instance, ↑letter, ↑occasion, ↑time …

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  • 14 countless — count|less [ˈkauntləs] adj [usually before noun] too many to be counted ▪ a famous film clip which has been shown countless times …

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  • 15 countless — adjective bringing relief to countless patients Syn: innumerable, numerous, untold, a legion of, without number, numberless, unnumbered, limitless, multitudinous, incalculable; informal umpteen, no end of, a slew of, loads of, stacks of, heaps of …

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  • 16 countless — [ˈkaʊntləs] adj very many The temple attracts countless visitors.[/ex] …

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  • 17 countless — /ˈkaʊntləs / (say kowntluhs) adjective incapable of being counted; innumerable: *Until recently, countless suburban families kept a few chooks up the yard –nancy keesing, 1982 …

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  • 18 countless — adjective Date: 1588 too numerous to be counted ; myriad, many • countlessly adverb …

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  • 19 countless — Synonyms and related words: abundant, all comprehensive, all inclusive, ample, boundless, copious, endless, eternal, exhaustless, extending everywhere, generous, illimitable, illimited, immeasurable, immense, incalculable, incomprehensible,… …

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  • 20 countless — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) adj. innumerable, infinite, numberless, uncountable, incalculable, illimitable. See multitude, infinity. Ant., finite. II (Roget s IV) modif. Syn. innumerable, incalculable, numberless, myriad; see… …

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